Policy Context of Practice
Reviews and analyzes a number of aspects of the policy-making process. Examines who makes policy in both governmental and voluntary human service organizations and the impact of policy on consumers and practitioners. Analyzes the policy/practice interface and uses substantive policy domains to illustrate how policy both enhances and constrains practice and how practice in turn can influence policy. Students are encouraged to develop their own understandings of the contributions of practice to policy.
Note: Credit will be granted for only one of 510, HSD 510, SOCW 510.
Graduate course in the Studies in Policy and Practice program administered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.